Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday August 19, 2016 | Media

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“Some people call reading an escape, but it’s not – it’s embracing the true reality of the best parts of who we are.” ― Sean Gibson

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How Natural Are Nature Documentaries?The Verge

Film’s Stunning ComebackEuropeanCEO

Through the Lens, North Korea Is a Sci-Fi Film SetCNN

What It’s Like to Photograph Usain BoltNew York Times

No Man’s Sky Is a Game About PhotographyARS Technica

A Defense of Street Photography in the iPhone AgeFilmmaker

How the AP Uses Robots for PhotographyPoynter

War Dogs Director on Filmmaking, Digital & Hollywood BudgetsCollider

Europe’s Powerhouse Design School and Its Unsung Photographer99 % I

The Case for Not Moving to NY or LAAmerican Photo

Nan Goldin Wants You To Know She Didn’t Invent InstagramNYT

This Studio Could Be the Pixar of Virtual RealityCNET

What It Was Like to Shoot the Political Conventions – PetaPixel

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Your weekend podcast

From backseat-living to Disney-directing, the documentary film community’s new petition in support of the #RighttoRecord movement and more from No Film School.


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